Domo launches 5.2” mobile in India for Rs 8,900

Domo launches two new Android phone with nTice F12 and nTiceA10 priced at Rs 8,900 and Rs 3,990 respectively with 5.2 inch and 4 inchdisplay.

Domo, a new home grown brand, has entered the smartphonemarket with two new very attractively priced Android phones. It has launched a5.2 inch display bearing handset, called Domo nTice F12, and a 4 inch DomonTice A10, priced at Rs 8,900 and Rs 3,990 respectively.

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The Domo nTice F12 has 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 512 MBRAM, 4 GB inbuilt memory and 5.2 inch display with 480x800 resolution which isquite low for this size display.

The nTice F12 has a 5 megapixel rear camera and a VGA camerain front. The Dual SIM 3G phone runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.1. Domo hasprovided only standard Android apps with the phone and offers access to GooglePlay store for more apps.

The phone offers 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPSconnectivity. The Domo nTice F12 also comes with a 2500 mAh battery. Given theprice, large display and good processor, lower resolution of the display can beignored. Also, since none of the Indian brands offer better camera phone, we donot expect much from the Domo nTice F12. However Domo is a relatively unknownbrand and that might hamper the adoption of the phone.

Nokia Lumia 520 available for Rs.9,950

The smaller nTice A10 is much cheaper and does not offer 3Gconnectivity. The phone is powered by a 1 GHz processor which is assisted byMali 300 GPU and 256 MB RAM. It comes with a 4 inch display with 480x800 pixelresolution and dual SIM slots.

The phone has a 2 megapixel unit at the back and VGA camerain front. There is a 1500 mAh lithium polymer battery powering the phone withclaimed talk time of 4.5 hours. While the phone is priced well, RAM is too lowfor smooth performance and also this means that you only get Android 2.3Gingerbread.

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